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No, I'm not sure why STIHL even makes curved shaft trimmers at all. I have never worked on ine in 10 years of being a STIHL tech, I just throw them out when they don't work and steer the customer to a straight-shaft. It's their punishment for the mistake of buying the curved shaft in the first place.
I have a Stihl FS 45 and have had problems with it running for a short
time then cutting out. The problem is like to be either- the filter
attached to end end of the fuel pick hose that goes down into the fuel
tank is blocked or- there is a crack or split in the corrugated section
of the fuel pick up hose between the fuel tank and the carburettor. If
such a crack or split exists it will cause air to be sucked in with the
fuel upsetting the fuel/air ratio. A new hose not adjustment is the